News and Articles About Money
Social entrepreneur and educator Steve Mariotti on the importance of a thorough analysis when it comes to your startups finances.
Why spending time with friends and family is essential, how to know whether you're sleep-deprived, the right amount of money to save and more: our best tips of the week.
Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga on the importance of a great business model to the overall health of your company.
You already know you should set aside some savings. Here are ways to take action.
Nearly every state in the U.S. is reporting a higher number of flu cases. Here is a breakdown of what the outbreak can potentially cost your employees and your business.
When it comes to supporting a charity, it helps to be realistic.
Encouraging the best from your team is more complicated than just paying more than the competition. Here, a look inside what really motivates employees.
Find out which startups are attracting the attention -- and the dollars -- of some of the most high-profile entrepreneurs.
The four financial issues every couple should talk about.
Check all that apply, then add up the points to determine if you're millionaire material.
A loan that provides capital in exchange for a fixed percentage of gross monthly revenue is gaining new traction among startups. For some borrowers, it can be an attractive alternative to a traditional bank loan.
VC funding isn't the end of the entrepreneurial journey, it's the beginning of a new trip -- here's how to navigate it.
Splitting your money into a multiple, targeted savings accounts can help you see budgeting benchmarks more clearly.
OneRoof Energy wants to change the way homeowners think about solar energy, and how much it costs.
Optimism among small business owners has been slow to recover as the economy emerges from recession.
Two entrepreneurs fast-tracked their startup with help form Launchpad LA.
Venture capitalist, author and professor Peter S. Cohan answer readers’ top questions about entrepreneurship.
Several new funding sites are emerging to give entrepreneurs and creatives the chance to realize their goals one step -- and one community -- at a time.
For startups seeking critical seed money, business-plan competitions can be both a blessing and a curse.
The fine art of deciding when to spring for what you want.
Big and small banks approve fewer loans as startups turn to alternative funding sources.
Give the heave-ho to services that charge big bucks to move your money around.
Hint: Your friends may be a big part of whether you can live (and love) a more frugal lifestyle.
Accountant Mark Kohler says business owners need to keep track of this particular expense when starting up.
Director Alexandra Kent shares some pointers for social entrepreneurs. The deadline is March 30.